First and foremost, please accept my apologies for my English. I am currently enrolled as an English student, and I wish to improve my English skills in the near future.
I’m from Turkey, and for a long time, I’ve been one of the site’s silent members. This is the first time I’ve started a topic and hope it is not against the site’s rules. I owe you all thanks because this site has taught me far too much.
In December 2016, I was diagnosed with PSC and UC, and I was symptomatic at the time. In terms of PSC progress, last year was not a good year for me.
I’ve been in the United States for almost two months and will be here for another nine or ten months for English instruction, and I’d like to take advantage of the opportunity to try the vancomycin therapy to see if it works for me. As you would be aware, it does not work for everyone. It is far too crucial for me to simply like everyone. Because organ donation rates in my country are very low, it appears that I will have a limited chance of finding a living donor from my family due to health difficulties and other factors.
So, to return to the point, as a foreigner, I am absolutely lost in the American healthcare system, so I’m looking for health insurance advice. Because pre-existing conditions, Vanco compensation, and other factors make the situation too complicated. You, as a Vanco user, probably have too much experience with that, and it can be too complicated for a foreigner at times, and the language barrier can also play a role. So, if you have any suggestions for me, please post them here or send them to me via direct messaging. I’ll be grateful.
My second problem is finding a New Jersey doctor who will willingly prescribe Vanco. I apologize if I appear to be pushing this too much, but I know a couple of individuals here who have no idea about the issue and I don’t have a lot of time to figure it out from scratch. I’d appreciate it if you could recommend a doctor in Jersey or New York, or somewhere else where I could travel in a short amount of time.
Thanks to you all in advance.
PS: Because my English is not good enough, please accept my apologies if I had tone issues and if my writing wasn’t as courteous as it should have been.